Maybe Biden Won’t Make It Until Next Spring

2021 March 2
by bc3b

Things keep adding up.

We’re now six weeks or so into the sham presidency of Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., and already the end of the Biden era seems near.

A bumbling shell of a man, constantly attended by his wife, Jill, and with the lengthening shadow of his vice president, Kamala Harris, looming in the background, Biden seems incapable of doing anything except signing the slew of executive orders his handlers shove under his nose until at last, exhausted, his team “calls a lid” on his workday and packs him back off upstairs at the White House for a nice lie-down before noontime.

It would be funny if it weren’t so tragic—or perhaps it would be tragic if it weren’t so funny. No one has ever mistaken Biden for an intellectual; indeed he has long acted like the bully at the end of an Irish bar, full of bluster and braggadocio, without being able in the slightest to back up his boasts.

Harris in the Wings

The good news is, he’s not likely to be there very long. The bad news is who might replace him: In Harris—the daughter of two foreign-born parents who was raised by them in Canada, and who garnered no support from the Democrat primary electorate during her short, disastrous campaign for the top spot on the 2020 ticket—we have one of the most dangerous prospective presidents ever. As I wrote in April 2018:

“Imagine a combination of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, and you’ve got Kamala Harris, the current seat-warming senator from California who, like Obama, is using the World’s Greatest Deliberative Body as a resume-puncher before swiftly moving on to bigger things: the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination.

“She combines Obama’s race with Hillary’s sex, and as identity politics goes these days, that’s going to be tough to beat. The other bruited candidates—Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden—are superannuated white men who won’t stand a chance once the usual suspects on the Left begin massing, chanting, and rioting.”

Well, as predicted, we got the massing, chanting, and rioting, but Harris couldn’t keep up her end of the bargain. So once it became clear she wasn’t going to get to the Oval Office under her own steam, the Democrat/Obama brain trust one year ago persuaded other competing candidates (Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar) to drop out just before Super Tuesday to clear the way for Biden, with the proviso that Harris be his choice for veep. Et voila …

And yet, already the knives out for the hapless figurehead, who mangled his way through a short speech in Texas the other day, fracturing some names and mush-mouthing others. “What am I doing here?” he exclaimed in frustration. “I’m going to lose track here.”

Good question—and Biden’s not alone in wondering. A month before the election last year, Nancy Pelosi mysteriously brought up the subject of the 25th amendment, which allows for the replacement of an incapable president by means of a Cabinet-level coup or via a commission of doctors, shrinks, and has-been politicians. Lest you think the House speaker was thinking of Trump, think again. “This is not about President Trump,” she said flatly.

Read more:

Hat Tip: Epoch Times

If Biden is forced to resign, it’s a great opportunity for Trump and the GOP to attack media credibility.

48 Responses leave one →
  1. 2021 March 2 12:24 pm
    [1]
    Eph permalink

    BC,

    Great post.

    Only 6 weeks too!

  2. 2021 March 2 12:54 pm
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    mpt permalink

    I believe its recorded elsewhere in the comments I believe it is 50/50 whether Biden makes it to the 6-month mark of his term. Perhaps that estimate should be adjusted to the 3-month mark.

    I wonder how the populace will react when we have a President Harris and she goes full leftist? Will her decisions and executive orders be seen as legitimate. We know how the media cabal will try to shape the narrative, but I’m wondering how the people will really react.

  3. 2021 March 2 1:53 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    mpt #2 –

    The way Biden is moving left on everything, Harris seemingly can’t be much worse, but I am sure she will be.

    This could be a great opportunity for Trump and Republicans with balls/tits to launch a major attack on the media for hiding Biden’s cognitive state from the American people.

  4. 2021 March 2 2:11 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    BC, 3,

    “We didn’t know! We didn’t know!” TV Crawler — “Biden brain hemorrhage an unexpected turn of events.”

    And you say to yourself, “What brain hemorrhage?”. Well the one that the appropriately placed doctor induced natch. Capable of stealing an election, capable of offing a man for political purposes. Ghastly of course. But the hemorrhage story solves three problems. It elevates Harris. Gives press cover. Makes Biden* a martyr.

  5. 2021 March 2 2:43 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    And now a secession piece from the Leftists — https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/pro-trump-republican-secession-rhetoric-texas-elsewhere-more-punchline-ncna1259016 — Funny when the Leftists scream this (like in CA) its to preserve democracy. When the Rights suggests it they drag the militias into the mix and paint a disaster picture good enough for an Oscar.

  6. 2021 March 2 2:48 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  7. 2021 March 2 3:20 pm
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    TX – Abbott: “So today, I’m issuing a new executive order that rescinds most of the earlier executive orders,” Abbott said. “Effective next Wednesday, all businesses of any type are allowed to open 100%….also, I am ending the statewide mask mandate,” Abbott said from Lubbock.

    “Under no circumstance can someone be punished for not wearing a mask,” he said.
    https://tylerpaper.com/news/local/gov-abbott-ends-statewide-mask-mandate/article_4740ed2e-7b8f-11eb-93f3-abec306b4c27.html

    Better late then never I guess.

  8. 2021 March 2 3:34 pm
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    Eph permalink

    People here in AZ are wearing Masks less and less

    Complete garbage from day 1

  9. 2021 March 2 3:40 pm
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    Eph permalink

    7 KH

    Will Harris/Biden send in the feds???

    Let’s hope so!

  10. 2021 March 2 3:52 pm
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    9 – I’d say doubt it…but these days I can’t rule anything out.
    “Waste the motherfuckers.”. .. though Abbott doesn’t seem to have the sack for such an order.

  11. 2021 March 2 4:21 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Dems already want to fire the senate parliamentarian because she won’t make up rules for them.

    They probably could have done it on day one, but I think the 25th amendment thing will just be another tantrum they will pull when Biden doesn’t do what they want at some point.

  12. 2021 March 2 4:24 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    https://twitter.com/COVID19Tracking/status/1366542903753854981?s=20

    Covid hospitalizations have crashed nationwide. Hope it stays that way…

  13. 2021 March 2 4:27 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    BofA: “we expect cases counts to start increasing again in the coming days. This is in part due to easing restrictions, but more importantly because of the spread of more contagious virus variants.”

    back to the cycle?

    https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/1366890422648332289?s=20

  14. 2021 March 2 4:29 pm
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    Eph permalink

    10

    Never under estimate the stupidity of the left/liberaltarians

  15. 2021 March 2 5:07 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  16. 2021 March 2 5:22 pm
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    https://www.al.com/news/2021/03/mississippi-ending-covid-mask-mandate-restaurant-seating-limits.html

    MS, moving closer, removes most mask mandates and business restrictions….except where it actually makes the most amount of sense to remove them… schools. 🙄

  17. 2021 March 2 6:07 pm
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    Eph permalink

    16.

    Looks like the domino effect

    Let’s hope anyway…

    Masks dont work

  18. 2021 March 2 6:14 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    DHS secretary considers budget reconciliation for amnesty plan

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2C-D5P3dF4&feature=emb_title

  19. 2021 March 2 6:29 pm
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    After criticizing Trump on the campaign trail for supporting MBS, Biden is now backing MBS.

    https://twitter.com/ggreenwald/status/1366813021344047105?s=20

  20. 2021 March 2 6:44 pm
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    mpt permalink

    Your dystopian future

    PRP, you make downloading your consciousness to a quantum computer sound like a bad thing?

    Imagine the opportunity this would provide for the minions at Big Tech to forever torment you for wrong-think. Well not quite forever, but at least until the heat death of the Universe. But who’s counting.

  21. 2021 March 2 6:50 pm
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    mpt permalink

    MS, moving closer, removes most mask mandates and business restrictions…

    Happy to see some sanity starting to return to some states. Unfortunately, here in California I believe what we have now is the new normal. 🙁

  22. 2021 March 2 7:31 pm
    [22]
    Eph permalink

    20 mpt

    Please don’t feed it.

    Like before if you ignore it, it will disappear.

  23. 2021 March 2 8:56 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    I’m on topic LOL

  24. 2021 March 2 8:58 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    “Biden brain hemorrhage an unexpected turn of events.”

    Weren’t Biden*’s eyes bleeding during the Dem primary debates?

  25. 2021 March 2 9:02 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    “Covid hospitalizations have crashed nationwide.”

    This won’t help.

    @Breaking911
    NBC: A number of migrants seeking asylum and released by Border Patrol have tested positive to Covid-19 tests in Brownsville, Texas. Some plan to continue their journey to other cities and states.
    A spokesperson for the city said that they do not have the authority to retain these migrants who plan to travel to dozens of states throughout the country.

  26. 2021 March 2 9:02 pm
    [26]
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #23 p

    Considering who is next in line, I wouldn’t bee too anxious to be president.

  27. 2021 March 2 9:03 pm
    [27]
    Eph permalink

    23 Jim

    Heels up baby!!!

  28. 2021 March 2 9:04 pm
    [28]
    Eph permalink

    25

    Not to worry, put masks on them

    Should help

    LololoL

  29. 2021 March 2 10:05 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    I have my little toy purchases of crypto moved over to BlockFi and earning interest.
    It’s been pretty fun to learn about BitCoin, listen to pundits, create a CoinBase account, etc.

    I admit that after seeing so many announcements of support/interest in crypto by giant firms, I expected the price to rise pretty steadily. Whereas we got a decent correction followed by drift with no direction.
    Either those announcements don’t amount to much, or those big firms are sly, stealthy buyers who know how to purchase without pushing up prices.

  30. 2021 March 3 12:13 am
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    mpt permalink

    I admit that after seeing so many announcements of support/interest in crypto by giant firms, I expected the price to rise pretty steadily. Whereas we got a decent correction followed by drift with no direction.

    I tend to believe that business interest isn’t so much about purchasing/investing in existing cryptocurrency (with Tesla being a notable exception), but rather adopting block-chain technology to streamline financial transactions. This may or may not involve existing cryptocurrencies. For instance, imagine a US company using crypto to quickly settle payments directly with manufacturing partners around the globe, but doing so completely outside of the existing banking system. Wiring money across multiple international banking entities is complex to set up, expensive in terms of fees and currency conversions and can take days for payments to settle. A crypto-based payment system could conceivably settle a payment in minutes, if not seconds, and cost just a fraction of the current alternatives.

    There are a lot of GAAP issues to be hammered out and the technology has to prove itself as trustworthy, but eliminating the banking middleman in such transactions seems to be one of the biggest promises of cryptocurrencies. There are a number of cryptocurrencies/protocols vying to become the standard for such a system, so who knows which will win, but such a revolution is almost certain to happen over the next few years. When it does, a large portion of the corporate banking industry is in for a world of hurt.

    If the US were smart, it would create an “official” dollar-backed cryptocurrency that could be used for such purposes before a Euro or Yuan-backed cryptocurrency becomes the standard. However, I don’t see the banking lobby allowing it to happen because they have so much to lose if they are cut out of the action. Geopolitics could also create a lot of friction as well. Perhaps the solution is a gold-backed cryptocurrency that is independent of the interests and fiat manipulation of any single country or region.

  31. 2021 March 3 2:22 am
    [31]

    15 – Some of the near term timelines in that are just ridiculous – full fusion power reactors in 2027, hollywood movies filmed off-world on the moon\mars in 2025, give me a break, some others are “optimistic ” to say the least in the 2030 timeline. Honestly I kinda stopped paying attention at that point even though the when doesn’t much matter in the long run.

  32. 2021 March 3 2:24 am
    [32]

    25 – almost as if it’s by design.
    28 – lmao. 😉

  33. 2021 March 3 4:27 am
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    JimNorCal permalink

    30, Stellar Lumens perhaps.

  34. 2021 March 3 5:57 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    mpt, 20,

    Well at least till the night janitor shows up to pull the plug to run the floor buffer. 🙂

  35. 2021 March 3 6:08 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    It will be interesting to see how fast where I work reacts to Guv Abbott’s EO. We are not exactly the swiftest chariot in the race when it comes to this stuff.

  36. 2021 March 3 6:40 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    15,

    Interesting video except for three aspects:

    * History is ignored. Henry Ford experimented with bioplastics back in the 30’s. Not exactly a new tech.
    * Ignores humanity’s propensity for war. Drone tech make warfare more likely, not less.
    * Ignores the hubris of error. CoVid being a prime example. Why the hell are we even experimenting with this stuff?

  37. 2021 March 3 6:41 am
    [37]
    justrand permalink

    One quick “hello” from the camping world. Essentially zero connectivity..not even sure this will work.

    Just finished re-reading ‘The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress’ (for the umpteenth time). A lot of good “tips” in there. 🙂

    Hopefully some connectivity at next campground.

    Cheers all!

  38. 2021 March 3 6:45 am
    [38]
    drdog09 permalink

    WTF?! — https://foxbaltimore.com/news/project-baltimore/city-student-passes-3-classes-in-four-years-ranks-near-top-half-of-class-with-013-gpa — At a different level I see some of this. Too many entrants are requiring full scale remedial classes. Some are choosing a discipline that are ill suited for. Federal rules prevent staff from telling students this fact.

  39. 2021 March 3 7:34 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    ….I don’t totally understand this but

    https://twitter.com/RaoulGMI/status/1367119561196191747?s=20

    “Kings of Leon Will Be the First Band to Release an Album as an NFT”

  40. 2021 March 3 7:36 am
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    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    #33
    My friend thinks stellar is a scam so I don’t own it with the exception of the 10 dollars of it I got free for watching videos of it on coinbase, which I’m pretty sure is worth 20 or 30 dollars now.

  41. 2021 March 3 7:40 am
    [41]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    “Argo Blockchain becomes the first publicly-traded U.K. company to pay their CEO in #Bitcoin”

    I own a small bit of this as an the counter btw (you can tell I don’t buy index funds I like micromanagement even if its less efficient)

  42. 2021 March 3 7:42 am
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    JimNorCal permalink

    Jason Riley “Please Stop Helping Us” tells the story of an NYC school building which housed 2 schools.
    One was a standard public school, the other a charter school. Same town, same building, black and brown kids in both, mostly from the same nearby neighborhoods.
    The PS kids had high drop out rates, low grades, disciplinary problems and lots of kids testing way below grade level in math and reading.
    The charter kids’ stats rivaled and sometimes surpassed schools that are majority White and majority Asian.

    Teachers unions say black and brown kids will never do OK until social “problems” are resolved. Equal wealth, no poverty, equal housing, no slums, etc. It’s the teachers’ excuse for failure.
    It’s a lie.
    Black and brown communities can raise themselves up with hard work, instead of excuses and handouts.

  43. 2021 March 3 7:42 am
    [43]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I’m jealous you have blockfi account. Ima try it soon when I get time.

  44. 2021 March 3 7:45 am
    [44]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    https://www.coindesk.com/tv/first-mover/first-mover-mar-3-2021-20210301

    Coindesk is having a live stream with Michael Saylor. Says begins shortly although idk when

  45. 2021 March 3 8:46 am
    [45]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  46. 2021 March 3 8:56 am
    [46]
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  47. 2021 March 3 9:20 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    46,

    Yes. But as soon as you trade that BTC for say LTC you do have to report. You sell it, you have to report. IRS wants to tax the possible gain on the trade. I would also be somewhat leery if one is using a foreign exchange to acquire the coins. IRS has an entirely different reporting structure on Americans with foreign assets.

  48. 2021 March 3 9:33 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    39,

    Blockchain as a replacement for DRM. The blockchain transfer for purchase is the proof of ownership for the asset. Delivery is another blockchain transfer to buyer.

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